One of the biggest myths about confidence is that confident people are always extrovert and always talk loads. Introverted people are just as able to be confident and confidence does not always equate to being the life and soul of the party or talking loads. You might just as easily find a confident introvert making quiet conversation with the guest of honor at a party or giving a speech at a wedding.
Many might be surprised to note that confident people are not without their insecurities – the only difference is that they do not give their insecurities the opportunity to become bigger than they need to be. They keep their insecurities in perspective whilst not allowing them to impact their self-worth, identity or behavior.
In next month’s hot topic titled ‘Living Out Loud – How to Develop Lasting Confidence’ we take an in-depth look into how to develop lasting confidence. Discover the difference between self-esteem, confidence and arrogance and learn easy practical ways to develop into a more confident you!